Friday, September 28, 2007


BANJA LUKA, Bosnia (September 28,2007) - The International Community's High Representative in Bosnia,Miroslav Lajcak told leaders of the Serbians living in Bosnia to stop isolationist policies that were blocking Bosnia's progress towards European integration.

Lajcak addressed members of parliament of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia ("the RS") as part of campaigning to win approval for his plan to reform ethnically separate police forces and remove a key obstacle for Bosnia to sign an association agreement with the European Union.

Lajcak warned the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia ("the RS") to stop behaving as a state within a state, specifically within the economy.

"According to the Bosnian constitution,'the RS' has its place in Bosnia and this must be respected,but I cannot ignore the fact that there is almost no Bosnia in 'the RS'," Lajcak said.

The Serbians living in Bosnia fear they will lose a great deal of autonomy if their police become part of the Bosnian state-wide force, while Bosnians complain that Lajcak's plan falls short of unifying the police forces in Bosnia, as originally planned under a EU-sponsored reform.

Lajcak said the reform had nothing to do with the issue of Bosnia's internal organization.

Lajcak also warned against what he said was obstruction by the Serbians living in Bosnia of key reform legislation in the Bosnian Parliament.

"The choice is yours,you will either continue to opt for isolationist solutions and limit your own prospective in that way or you will be a driving economic force with positive effects for the economy of Bosnia," Lajcak said.

The Prime Minister of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia ("the RS") Milorad Dodik reiterated that Serbians living in Bosnia would not approve any reform that would deprive them of having their own police force, regardless of consequences.

But,Lajcak said that consequences would surely follow unless the police reform had been agreed by September 30.

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